Clark, Ross C.
March 1994
International Oaks;Spring1994, Issue 4, p17
Academic Journal
The article offers information on chinkapin oak, Quercus prinoides var. acuminata or Quercus muhlenbergii. The species are known to do well on upland, calcareous sites but can also be found in acid soil. Chinkapin oaks are usually medium-sized, by comparison to bur and white oaks. It details the reason behind the chinkapin oak's rarity as a landscape tree.


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